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Definition of "full-voiced" [full-voiced]

  • Having a full, strong, powerful voice.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "full-voiced" in a sentence
  • "Peripatetic, because the source of LP's music was dynamic, shifting from percussion to keyboards to the trading lead rapid-fire vocals of rapping Mike Shinoda to Chester Bennington whose signature is a primal full-voiced "scream.""
  • "As Cinderella, 18-year-old Alexa Allman is as composed and full-voiced as any of the cast of that US teen phenomenon, High School Musical – which, she tells me after the show, her school actually brought to Edinburgh in 2007."
  • "It's a poem to sweeten and sharpen our sorrow for two great makers, now "gone from these parts" but placeless, and timeless, in their bright plumage and full-voiced song."